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Synovial Sarcoma - Online Support Group

Advice need


#1

dear sir/madam,

2001 i was gone under surgery on my right forearm and that time entire tumor was removed. 2004 end it recovered again and once again surgery done. after taking all the treatment at 2006 it came back very aggressive and tumor was very big and my hand was amputed above the elbow...after that i didn't found any pain or swellings over my body. now i have proposal to marry. but i am afraid that after get marriage if i die with in a year i will be the big cheater for her.

now 4.5 years gone my amputation what is the chance of percentage of recovery? is the synovial sarcoma is completely curable? shall i marry or not? please advicee me....kindly reply as soon as possible


#2

Dear Prakash, You have done VERY well. Sarcoma is very difficult to cure, but there are MANY MANY treatments that are new and promising. YES, YES, marry your loved one. Life is beautiful no matter how long or short or healthy or not. Live life to the fullest every day. Good luck and have a wonderful wedding.


#3

dear madam,

thank you so much for your kind support, you are right madam. before i was not thinkng or planning about tomorrow. but now when i planning about marriage i m little bit worry about tomorrow. you are absolutly right we should not worry about tomorrow.....i need same support from you in the future also....

thank you...

Becky. said:

Hi Prakash, I cannot give you percentages for recovery but I would say that 4.5 years is a good sign. I would say marry, just because I believe that you shouldn't wait or put yoir life on hold for anything. Live for today and whatever happens in the future it cannot be predicted now so don't wait and regret not marrying. Nobody's life is guaranteed, people die everyday. Best wishes and good luck.

#4

dear madam.

thank you so much for your strong support...i will definetly follow your words....we must defeat the defeat before it defeat us....

support me in the futere also

thank you

Ellen said:

Dear Prakash, You have done VERY well. Sarcoma is very difficult to cure, but there are MANY MANY treatments that are new and promising. YES, YES, marry your loved one. Life is beautiful no matter how long or short or healthy or not. Live life to the fullest every day. Good luck and have a wonderful wedding.

#5

Marry and enjoy life. Life is a terminal condition and who knows what will happen to any of us. My surgeon said if I got to 5 years celebrate and there is a good chance that I have overcome the disease. There are % and stats available but we are all individuals and it is difficult to map in your circumstances. Forget about them and just choose life.


#6

dear gary,

what you said is cent percent correct.....thanks for your great great support

Gary T said:

Marry and enjoy life. Life is a terminal condition and who knows what will happen to any of us. My surgeon said if I got to 5 years celebrate and there is a good chance that I have overcome the disease. There are % and stats available but we are all individuals and it is difficult to map in your circumstances. Forget about them and just choose life.